Date:Saturday, September 28
Time:12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Moderated By:Dale Sky Jones, Executive Chancellor, Oaksterdam University
Panelists:Maha Haq, President, Cannaclub at UCLA & USC; Robert Solomon, Clinical Professor of Law and Co-Chair, UCI Center for the Study of Cannabis, University of California - Irvine; Brad Rowe, Lecturer of Public Policy, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs; Dr. John Yoder, Professor, Department of Plant Sciences, University of California - Davis
This groundbreaking assembly of college professionals and students will highlight and discuss the wave of cannabis and hemp curricula taking hold in many US universities. This town hall assembles educators, deans, students and parents to address the issues surrounding these courses and degrees. To be discussed:
- Why should we have a cannabis and hemp curriculum and what is the impact on students and their college career?
- Is it an economic opportunity for students to get educated on cannabis and hemp and the business, health, and legal opportunities, etc.?
- Should offering a cannabis and hemp curriculum across colleges be just as mainstream as offering any other classes like Political Science, Psychology, Language, etc.?